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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JAN LAHY ?, , 1967

PAGE ETGUT THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1967

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U.S. Holds Indirect Talks
To Free Captives in Vietnam

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WASHINGTON (AP) -- The
United States has made indirect j
contact with representatives of
the Viet Cong in an effort to
provide for the welfare of Am-
ericans believed to be held pri-
soner by Communist forces in
South Vietnam.
These roundabout talks _
through diplomats or officials of
other countries - have employed
channels which could be used for
peace probes, but Johnson admin-
istration officials denied any
peace dealings had been going on
with the Viet Cong.
They also denied any direct,
face-to-face talks between U.S.
and Viet Cong diplomats of offi-
cials.
Possibly 30 to 40 Americans are
believed to held captive in South
Vietnam by Communist forces.
"We are naturally concerned,"
the State Department said yes-
terday, "for the welfare of in-
dividual Americans held captive
in South Vietnam and have been
willing to discuss this subject
through any appropriate channel
with representatives of the Na-
tional Liberation Front. "Ay
authorized contact has been con-
fined to this subject," the de-
partment added.
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Officials said the contacts on the
prisoner problem had begun many
months ago but that it was dif-
ficult to trace any direct results
to them. Two American civilians,
Thomas R. Scales and Robert W.
Monahan, who were captured
last May, were re-leased'early this
month.
They said the Viet Cong had
tpld them they were being freed
because they had shown "repen-
tance."
Last August, when reports of
U.S. contacts with Communist
elements in Vietnam cropped up
persistently, a Viet Cong spokes-
man was quoted in an NBC tele-
vision interview Aug. 31 as having
said leaders of the National Lib-
eration Front - the VC political
army - had never met officially
or unofficially with U.S. repre-
sentatives.
He also ruled out any direct
discussion on the problem of;
prisoners as long as the U.S.
government persists in refusing to
recognize the Viet Cong.
Actually, , the United States is
reported to prefer that direct
talks involving the Viet Cong be
held primarily by the South Viet-
namese government.
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FRIDAY, JAN. 27 . Guild will present Robert Fla-
8:00 a.m.-The Bureau of In- herty's "Louisiana Story" in the
dustrial Relations will hold a Architecture Aud.
seminar on "The Management of
Managers i Room 146, Buiness SATURDAY JAN. 28
Administration. '47:00 and 9:05 p.m. - Cinema
8:30 a.m.-The Bureau of In- Guild will present Jean Vigo's
dustrial Relations will hold a "Zero de Conduite" in the Archi-
seminar on "How to Develop and tecture Aud.
Manage an Effective Wage and 8:30 p.m.-The School of Music
Salary Program" in the Michigan will present a concert, "Contem-
Union. porary Directions" in Rackham
7:00 and 9:05 p.m. - Cinema Lecture Hall.
ORGANIZATION NOTICES
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The Daily Offilcal Bulletin is an Doctoral Examination for James Jo- Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co., 764-7460, General Division, Bureau of
official publication of the Univer- seph Soluri, Music; thesis: "The 'Con- Los Angeles, Calif.-Security Analyst Appointments, 3200 SAB,
sity of Michigan for which The certi Ecclesiastici' of Lodovico Grossi Trainee. Male 22-28 yrs. age, good grades.
Michigan Daily assumes no editor- da Viadana," Fri., Jan. 27, Room 2269 Masters in Finance or Econ., or BA SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
lal responsibility. Notices should be School of Music, at 2 p.m Chairman, considered if above average record, 212 SAB-
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to R. A. Warner. American Federation of Teachers Camp Arbutus, Mich.-Grls. Inter-
Room 3519 Administration Bldg. be-' Council, Long Island, N.Y.-Organizer, views 'Jan, 31, 1-5 j.m. Seek waterfront,
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding services AFT locals on L.L, 30,000 land sports, crafts counselors,
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday E vets teachers in this union.
for atudayand undy. enerl Mddlsex Details and applications at Summer
Naives may be published a maxi- The following sponsored student Ca dnTn ssipSchols, Placement Service, 212 SAB, Lower Lev- a
mum of two times on request; Day events are approved for the coming el
mum of two imeswonkeed.stSoDaylCuntarNeJ.AssistantnBsiness Man
Calendar items appear once only. eee Scial chairmen are rem dl.-Profession-
Stdn raiainntcsaent that requests for approval for socialScolDinIl-Preso- ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER- ~
u accepted for publication. For more events are due in the Office of Student evartr forenth fsaitifor menVIEWS: Make interview appointments
Information call 764-8429. Organizations not later than 12 o'clock retarded patients, education assistance, at Room 128-H, west Engineering Bldg.
noon on Wednesday prior to the event, also for students finishing BA, for FEB. 3-}t
FRI., JAN. 27- part time with classes. Areas: Admin- Amoco Chemicals Corp.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 7 Acacia, Band Party-Open-Open' Al- istration, Spec. Ed.,. Hearing & Speech, Brunswick Corp.
pha Epsilon Pi, Open-Open; Alpha Omi- Indust. Therap., Music,HOccupatio Civil Service Commission of Canada.
strn P, Gay 90's Party; Alpha Phi Recreational, Mental Health, Social Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc
Day Calendar 'Alpha, Dance; Alpha Sigma Phi, Open- Work, Psychologists, Nurses, Physicians, Eastman Kodak Co. L r yI
Open; Alpha Tau Omega, Open-Open; Personnel, Lng-Temco Vought (Michigan div.).
Graduate Students: Expecting to re- Beta Theta Pi, TGIF; Beta Theta Pi, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing
ceive a master's or professional degree Open-Open; Betsy Barbour, Upper Class St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada - Co,
in April 1967 must file a diploma ap-|Mixer; Chi Omega. Pledge Formal; Chi Chief Psychologist at hospital for men- North American Aviation, Inc.-All di- .'
pication with the recorder of the Psi, TGIF; Chi Psi, Social Open-Open; tal & nervous diseases. PhD plus 2 yrs. visions.
Graduate School by Fri, Jan. 27. No Delta Kappa Epsilon, Cow Throw & clinical experience. U.S. Naval Ordnance Test Station.
student can be recommended for a Worm Toss; Delta Tau Delta, TGIF; * * * U.S. Navy Department-Administrative
degree unless he has filed formal ap- Delta Upsilon, Band Party; Henderson For further information, please call Office.
plication in the office of the Graduate House, Mixer Party. -----_-__ _--__ _gt"__
School by today. Michigan House, WQ, Hayride; Phi ----- -- --- -- - - -~~~~- ~~-
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem- EpsilonP, Party; Phi Gamma Delta,
inar--"The Management of Managers": Open House; Phi Kappa Psi, Open-
146 Business Administration, 8 a.m. Open; Phi Kappa Tau, Party & Open-
Open; Psi Upsilon, TGIF; Psi Upsilon,
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem- NSU Party Sigma ph Epsil Open-
Op en; Sigma Nu, Open-Open; Sigma Phi
" nar-"How To Develop and Manage '
anaEffe"HveWa e andalary gro- Epsilon & Sigma Chi, TGIF; Sigma P,
an EfeciveWag andSalry ro-Open-Open; Tau Delta Phi, TGIF; Tau
gram": Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m.y r Delt Ph, Openpen TanI slo
Cinma uil - obrt lahrty,~Phi, TGIF; Tau Epsilon Phi, Ope-
Cinema Guild -Robert Flaherty's rFx;'r
"Louisiana Story": Architecture Aud., 7 Open; Theta Chi, TGIF; Theta Delta
and 9:05 p.m. Chi, TGIF; Theta Xi, TGIF; Triangle,
____._. Party; Zeta Beta. Tau, TGIF & Open-
School of Music Degree Recital - Open; Zeta Ps, Open-Open.
Charles Avsharian, violin: Recital Hall, SAT., JAN. 28-
School of Music, 8:30 p.m. Acacia, Protest Party & Open-Open; ph
Sigma Phi, Open-Open; Alpha Tau
i General Notices Omega, Open-Open; Beta Theta P,
Band Party; Chi Phi, Theatre Party;
National Teacher Examinations: Ap- Chi Psi, Party;. Delta Chi, Band aPrty
plication blanks are available in Room Delta Kappa Epsilon, Celebration of the iF auing
i22 Rackham Bldg. forhthe National 175th anniversary of the signing of the
Teacher Examinations. The next admin- "Six Pact" Delta Sigma Phi, Band(#
istration of the test will be on Sat., Party; Delta Tau Delta; Open-Open; T HTPR DTA L
March 18, and applications must be Delta Upsilon, Band Party; Kappa Sig- H E Uj
received in Princeton, N.J., by Feb. 17. ma, House Party; Lambda Chi Alpha,
2oaring 20's Party-Open-Open; Phi Del-
Summer Intern In Washington: Those ta Thet a OpeGa ;ma D t OEpsilon P For Your Listening{ f and
students particularly interested 'in Prt; h Gmm elaOpnHose.
working for the United StatestInfor- Phi Kappa Psi. Open-Open; Phi Kappa
omation Agency .this summer should Tau, Party & Open-Open.
make an appointment to see the sum- Phi sigma Kappa, Post Party after
ments should be made at the Institute Lambda Phi, Open-Open; Sigma Alpha
of Public %dministration, 764-3490. Ap- Epsilon, Transvestite Delight; Sigma 9
Alicants must be at least juniors, and Chi, PJ Party; Sigma Delta Tan. Pledge Monday thru Saturday
ppenings exist in many fields, partic- formal; Sigma Nu, Open-Open &!(M na thuS ur y
ularly radio-TV, foreign languages, in- Room Party; Sigma Phi, Open-Open
ternational relations, or any communi- Party; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Open-Open;
cation skill. Application deadline is Feb. Sigma Pi, Open-Open; Tau Delta Phi
1. Post Concert Party; Tau Epsilon Phi,
A general meeting for all students Open-Open Record Party; Tau Kappa
Interested in working In Washington, Epsilon, House Party; Theta Chi, Open-C
D.C:,nextsummerwillbe held ed, Oen Band' Part; hea DlaaCi,; serving Dnners Dal !>
Feb. 8, at 4 p.m. in the Multipurpose Band Party; Theta Xi, Open-Open; ZetaS uil
Room of the Undergraduate Library. Beta Tau, Party; Zeta Psi, Party. 3:00 P.m. t 1:00 A.M.
SUN., JAN. 29-
TV Center Programs: On Sun., Jan. Sigma Phi, Open-Open Party.
the TV Center will have their initial
telecast on Detroit stations: TEacem ent
8:30 a.m., WXYZ-TV, Channel 7 - The GOLDEN HOUR 3 P.. to 7 P.m.
"Understanding Our World Who. Will ANNOUNCEMENT:
Watch the Watchers?: Cops and Citi- ADDITIONAL INTERVIEW Except Sunday -
zens." A Detroit police official joins MON., JAN. 30-
Law School faculty members in an ex- Addison Wesley, Reading, Mass. -
amination of the image of the mod- Seeking all LS&A majors for college__
ern American policeman and his rela- representatives in Michigan. ---- - --
tionship to society.
12 Noon, WWJ-TV, Channel 4-"Ger- POSITION OPENINGS:
many Today. Hist ry, Horror and Hope." Superior Public Schools, Superior,
A documentary of German history from Wis.-Purchasing Supervisor. BBA or
the 17th century until today, and some Bus. Ed., exper. in purchasing preferred.
hard questions about the future. Wood County Community Action Or- Subsc ibeAT
ganization, Pittsville, Wis. - Assistant
Winter Term Fees: At least 50 per cent Director. BA In soc. sci. or Bus. Ad. Ex-
31, 1967. Board of Education, Ramsey, N.J.- 1 F E MI C H I G \ D A IL Y
Non-payment of at least 50 by Business Manage" Assistant, 12 mos.
Jan. 31 will result in the assessment of position.-
a delinquent penalty of $5. - ----
Payments may be made in person or
mailed to the Cashier's Office, 015
Administration Bldg., before 4:30 p.m.,
Mon., Jan. 31, 1967.
Mail Early.
Mail payments postmarked after due
Identify mail payments as tuition
and show student number and name

into Collins today for grec
bargains.
Open 9:30 'til 5:30
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USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized and registered student or-
ganizations only. Forms are available
in Room 1011 SAB. .
* * *
U. of M. Chess Club, Meeting, Jan.
27, 7:30 p.m., Room 3C, Michigan Un-
ion.
* * *
Folk Dance Club (WAA), Folk dance
with instruction open to everyone, Fri:;
Jan. 27, 8-11p.m., Barbour Gym.
* * * '
India Students' Association, Mindi
movie: "Nays Daur" (with English sub-
titles), Jan. 28, 7:30 p.m., Natural Sci-
ence Aud.,
* * *
Guild House, Friday noon luncheon,
Ed Geffner: "Present and Future of
SNCC," Jan. 27, 12-1 p.m., Guild House,
802 Monroe.
* * *
Young Democratic Club, Meeting to
canvass voters for city elections, Sat.,

Jan. 28, 1:15 p.m., 706 Oakland (down-
stairs).
* * *
Graduate Outing Club, Hiking with
folk dancing afterwards, Sun., Jan. .29,
2 p.m., Rackham Bldg., Huron St. en-
tVance.
* * *
Newman Student Association, Can-
cellation of "La Chamonix," Jan. 27, 7
p.m.
* * *
Newman Student Association, Com-
munity mass and supper. Jan. 27, 5
p.m., Newman Center, 331 Thompson.
* * *
La Sociedad Hispanica, Una Tertulia,
[IVon., Jan. 30, conversacion, musica,
cafe-vengan todos, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze
Bldg. '
* * *
Hillel Foundation, Sabbath service,
Jan. 27, 17:30 p.m., 1429 Hill. Rabbi
James I. Gordon of Oak Woods Young
Israel on "A New Look at an Old
System."

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